9 Healthy Halloween Snacks For Kids
I can remember the incredible amount of candy I’d consume (while my mother wasn’t looking, of course) in the days that followed Halloween and now I cringe at the thought of my daughter scarfing down as many colored treats and sticky candies as I used. While I do let her indulge in a treat or two (I’m not a monster!) I try to think of other creative ways for her to have Halloween treats without a trip to the dentist!
If you’re on the hunt for some fun and healthy Halloween treats, keep on reading! These ideas are so much fun even mom and dad will want to dig in. Enjoy!
I’m not a fan of actual candy corn, but I could definitely see enjoying this fun candy corn-inspired fruit cup! You could top it with whipped cream or yogurt! (via Family Fresh Meals)
How cute are these!! I can’t get over how fun these adorable Frankenstein kiwis are. These would be a hit at any Halloween party — or maybe even for a special October 31st breakfast! (via Two Healthy Kitchens)
These funky apple mouths are pretty gruesome to look at — but kids will devour them! (via Snixy Kitchen)
These beautiful candy corn popsicles are made from yogurt, orange juice, and pineapple juice! A refreshing non-candy snack your kids will LOVE! (via The Girl Inspired)
Keep it simple and keep it delicious! Toddlers and school-aged kids alike will be excited to see this funky breakfast sitting on their plates! (via Little Baby Garvin)
These Halloween stuffed peppers are super cute! Get the kids involved by having them choose happy or scary faces for their own personal pepper! (via Citron Limette)
Banana ghosts or clementine pumpkins — it’s your choice! These are bound to be a hit as they greet your guests from the buffet display! (via Spend With Pennies)
This fruity web was originally created for a Spiderman birthday party, but I think it would work just as well for a healthy Halloween treat! (via Will Cook For Smiles)